From the design and construction of our hotels, to the amenities inside of our hotels, we strive to innovate from the building up. Small efforts like our shower amenity dispensers help by not adding to our landfills. Our towel program helps decrease water consumption; and our recycled key program helps by not creating more plastic waste.
Combined with all of our water conservation efforts, Drury Hotels annually saves over 11 million gallons of water and five million kilowatt hours of electricity. Of course, none of it would be possible without you! With our “Use less. Get more.” program, you can earn 250 Drury Rewards Points each day of your stay by simply declining housekeeping services. It’s a small choice that makes a big difference for you and our environment. To earn points, notify the front desk immediately upon arrival.*
Our largest initiatives are our LEED® Certified hotels. We are proud to be one of the first hotels to seek LEED certification, and we are proud that Drury Inn & Suites Flagstaff is the first LEED® Certified hotel in Arizona. As we continue to grow, we continue to pursue energy-saving design and LEED construction. Additional brochures outlining all energy-efficient strategies are available at our LEED® Certified hotels.Learn more about the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe.
Located at the base of the San Francisco Peaks mountain range, Drury Inn & Suites Flagstaff is just blocks away from Northern Arizona University and adjacent to their meeting and event facility, High Country Conference Center. This was the first LEED Certified Green Building for Drury Hotels.Learn More about this location
Located at I-10 and Loop 1604 in San Antonio, the Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio Near La Cantera® Parkway was the second hotel to seek LEED Certification under the United States Green Building Council’s rating system. It is the 10th Drury-brand hotel to open in San Antonio.Learn More about this location
Situated along the Arkansas River at Waco and Douglas, the Drury Plaza Broadview Hotel was the third to seek LEED certification under the United States Green Building Council’s rating system. It is the first Drury-brand hotel to open in Wichita and is comprised of the historically restored lobby on the ground floor, a large ballroom, a mezzanine, guest rooms and a restored open space and pedestrian path to the Arkansas River.Learn More about this location
Located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe was the fourth Drury-branded hotel that earned LEED certification under the United States Green Building Council’s rating system. The hotel is the result of a historic renovation of St. Vincent’s Hospital and offers unique and comfortable Santa Fe hotel rooms.Learn More about this location